Thursday, September 24, 2020

M'luru: Srinivas University acquires fleet of aircraft for Aviation Maintenance Engineering course

Mangaluru: The airline industry has gone through a huge growth phase after World War 2. With the growth in airlines, this field has grown in many ways of making travel and tourism progress in every aspect. This industry is growing as per observation and careers in this stream have grown by 17.6% in the past few years and there have been many opportunities for undergraduates and graduates in this field.

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Indian domestic aviation market recorded the fastest full-year domestic growth rate for the fourth year in a row at 18.6%. According to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), India had 13.9 crore domestic air travellers in 2018 up by 18.6% from 11.7 crore in 2017. To cater to the rising air traffic, the Government of India has been working to increase the number of airports. As of March 2019, India had 103 operational airports.

The rising demand has pushed the requirement for airplanes as well. As of July 2018, there were nearly 620 aircrafts being operated by schedule airline operators in India. The number of airplanes is expected to grow to 1100 planes by 2027. Such robust growth has created increasing job opportunities in the aviation sector.

Srinivas University College of Aviation is a constituent of Srinivas University. A Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management/ B. Tech opens the door to career possibilities both flight and non-flight related. The college encourages the study of airlines, airports and business related to the aerospace industry. This also includes supervising routine operations undertaken by the ground staff of an airport or an organisation in the aviation sector. The following courses are currently offered by the Srinivas University.

24/09/20 Daijiworld

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